What to do for National Reconciliation Week?
This awarded, independent, Indigenous-funded documentary is a must-see this National Reconciliation Week, as it looks at the life and work of Yolngu elder Rev Dr Djiniyini Gondarra.
Thursday, 1st May, 7pm-10pm
Chauvel Cinema, 249 Oxford Street, Paddington
Wiradjuri man, artist, writer, Anglican priest, First Nations leader and chair of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Anglican Council Uncle Glenn Loughrey will talk in-depth and answer questions about The Voice to Parliament.
Thursday, 1st June, 7pm
St Philips Anglican Church, 80 Catherine Avenue, Mount Waverley
Experience the power of storytelling through a guided artwork tour of Reconciliation Place, hosted by Maiawali woman and storyteller, Roslyn Hull.
Wednesday 31st May, 1pm-2pm
Reconciliation Place, Queen Elizabeth Terrace, Parkes
Take a walking tour of Brisbane City that uncovers the history and culture of the river city.
Friday, 2nd June, 10:30am-12pm
Tickets from $20
Museum of Brisbane (MoB), Brisbane City Hall, 64 Adelaide Street, Brisbane
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Kaurna, Narungga and Wirangu man Jack Buckskin has dedicated himself to learning and sharing the Kaurna language and culture and, in this session, will take participants through who Kaurna are, Kaurna Lands, the History of the Name, Observers and who documented Kaurna Language, the important people in the documentation and the revitalization of the Kaurna.
Friday, 2nd June, 11am-12pm
Marion Cultural Centre, 287 Diagonal Road, Oaklands Park
Throughout the week, Reconciliation Tasmania is hosting a series of breakfast events and the main speaker will be renowned journalist, five-time gold logie award winner, Kamilaroi man and reconciliation champion Ray Martin.
Thursday, 1st June, 7am-9am
MyState Bank Arena, 601 Brooker Highway, Glenorchy
Whadjuk Noongar woman Sharon Gregory will be teaching an introduction to Noongar Language with a focus on meaning and pronunciation.
Thursday, 1st June, 5:30pm-6:30pm
City of Vincent Library, 99 Loftus Street, Leederville
Start studying for VarietyNT Trivia Night! All funds raised will go to the Variety NT and the night aims to both educate and entertain.
Thursday, 1st June, from 6pm
Darwin Trailer Boat Club, 8 Atkins Drive, Fannie Bay
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